Titled “Edited Style,” this space combines the layout of a classic sitting room with fabulous art pieces, greenery, books, and architectural light fixtures.
“Built on a quintessential Palm Beach color palette of pink and white and featuring rattan, linen, and natural materials, the Great Room boasts stunning views of the outdoor logia, garden, and swimming pool,” said a Kips Bay press release. “High-gloss, built-in bookcases in Benjamin Moore’s Custis Salmon stretch across an entire wall, housing a number of books and white sculptural pieces, while a stunning wallcovering sets the scene for a stylish living room with edited details and timeless sensibility.”
Additionally, Kasler worked with high-end vendors like Ainsworth Noah, Byork Studio, de Gournay, Stark Carpet, Paul Ferrante, Tew Galleries, Jamb London, Hickory Chair, and Willoughby Construction to make the early sketches a reality.
“One thing I love about Palm Beach is the concept of rattan, white linen, and natural materials,” Kasler shared on Instagram. “I also love the very chic white custom colored de Gournay wallcovering we incorporated. It blends effortlessly with the natural materials and quintessential Palm Beach pink color we layered throughout the room.”
Click here to view a complete lookbook of photos from the Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach 2020.
Guests will be able to visit this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach, located at 260 Palmetto Lane, now through March 1, 2020. General admission tickets are available for purchase on the event’s website or at the door.
All of the proceeds earned during the event will go to fund the work of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and Boys & Girls Clubs of Palm Beach County.
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